Software & Apps MS Office Sort Your Outlook Inbox by Email Account Organize your Outlook emails by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on February 03, 2020 MS Office Outlook Word Excel Powerpoint Tweet Share Email If you access multiple POP email accounts with Outlook, Outlook delivers all new mail to the Inbox folder. You could set up Outlook to deliver mail to different inboxes. However, to make things easier, sort the Inbox by account and then by date, for example, to view messages that belong together. This way, your mail is grouped by email accounts. Instructions in this article apply to Outlook 2019, Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, and Outlook for Microsoft 365. Sort Your Outlook Inbox by Email Account To sort or group the emails in your Outlook Inbox by the email account at which you received them: Go to the View tab. In the Current View group, select View Settings. In the Advanced View Settings dialog box, select Group By. In the Group By dialog box, clear the Automatically group according to arrangement check box. Select the Select available fields from dropdown arrow and choose All Mail fields. Select the Group items by dropdown arrow and choose Email Account. Select OK. In the Advanced View Settings dialog box, select Sort. In the Sort dialog box, select how messages should be sorted in the account groups. For example, to sort messages according to when the messages were received, select Received. Select OK to close the Sort dialog box. Select OK to close the Advanced View Settings dialog box. With the Outlook reading pane disabled or at the bottom, use column headers to change the sort order within account groups. Fake a Unified Inbox Folder in Outlook To include all IMAP and Exchange accounts in a unified inbox, use a quick search (or a simple VBA macro). To collect all mail from your IMAP, Exchange, and PST (POP) inboxes in a search results folder with Outlook: Place the cursor in the Search Current Mailbox text box. Or, press Ctrl+E. Enter folder:(inbox). Select the Search dropdown arrow and choose All Mailboxes. The current view settings are applied. If grouping by account is in effect, results from all your Outlook inboxes are grouped by account.